Today, most components of an IT environment can be provided as a cloud service. You can put software, hardware, and essential operations in the cloud, which can save you a tremendous amount of money.
Software in the Cloud
Using cloud-based software is one of the most common ways businesses take advantage of cloud computing. There are a wide variety of hosted applications available from providers, ranging from office productivity suites to customer relationship management software. You also have the option of putting software you already own in a cloud.
For example, you might have proprietary software that you want to deliver to employees in different offices. Our team can help you evaluate which applications would be better off in the cloud to increase your productivity.
Hardware in the Cloud
If your servers, storage devices, and networking equipment are inadequate because your business is growing, you might benefit from putting your IT infrastructure in the cloud. It is not an all-or-nothing proposition, though. You can put individual components in the cloud. For instance, instead of buying a file server, you can use a cloud storage service that lets employees store and share their files.
Essential Operations in the Cloud
Crucial IT operations can be put in the cloud. Rather than dealing with the hassle of backing up all your data, you could have a provider perform your data backups and then store a copy of the backup files at its facility.
Deciding what to put in the cloud is not an easy task because of all the possibilities. Our team will walk you through your options and help you determine the best way you can take advantage of cloud computing.